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  • An Analysis Of Organic Teapot By Waldemar Kolbusz

    old. By using oil, wax, and stained canvases, he focuses mainly in abstract paintings in solo and group exhibits that show emphasis on color and shape. Within these subcategories, Kolbusz deems his work as “expressionistic” and works to show contrast within hue and the movement within shape to evoke emotion and reactions from viewers. While his art is abstract, he focuses on life-like shapes and movements within his paintings by creating intense, organic…

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  • Analysis Of Don Manuel Jose Rubio Y Salinas, Archbishop Of Mexico '

    trained in European painting styles. Miguel Cabrera had this upbringing in the art world. In this paper, I am going to examine the composition of his painting Don Manuel Jose Rubio y Salinas, Archbishop of Mexico (Fig. 1), along with providing information about the subject. I am also going to address how Cabrera showcased a European style through his use of shading, and how his technique of displaying perspective differs from European Baroque equivalents. The main figure in this painting is…

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  • The Interior Of The Palm House Analysis

    The Interior of the Palm House on the Pfaueninsel near Potsdam (The Art Institute of Chicago, 1996.388) is an oil painting on canvas produced in 1834 by the German painter, Carl Blechen. The piece is 52 ½ by 50 inches, depicting a scene of lush greenery and four women who have the appearance of stepping from the pages of a fantasy novel, all united within the pastel confines of ornate greenhouse walls. Despite its mystic and dream-like properties, Blechen 's Interior of the Palm House is…

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  • Mao's Last Dancer Analysis

    Mao’s Last Dancer Compare and Contrast Essay Mao’s last dancer’ published by Li Cunxin in 2003 demonstrates the journey of Li’s life from a young age. From him being destined to be a peasant boy working out in the fields to a world-famous professional dancer. He was chosen to represent Chairman Mao and his wife Madame Mao for the revolutionary arts. The following essay will explore the elements of poverty, freedom and security that Li enhances throughout his life in America and China.…

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  • Essay On Doom Of The Sirens

    did not hear the song. The first thing I noticed about this painting is that it does not have a wide variety of color. It all blends in with each other. The girls on both the right side and the left side are all the same shade of color. Their shapes are elongated and seem to emerge from the rocks. All of the seamen on the boat and the sails are a dark color and mixes together to make it look like there is not much detail in the painting when there actually is. The sky is very dark and gloomy…

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  • Amulet Mosaic Analysis

    Amulet Mosaic Reflection Guide I’ve never been that good at Art but I love doing art (at least I hope what I make is good enough to be considered art). I just try to produce something with the best of my ability and hope for the best. In AP Art, we were given a project about mosaics. A mosaic is a picture or design made of tiny pieces (tesserae) of colored stones, glass, tile or paper adhered to a surface. In order to do this, we relied on the knowledge we have about this project since this…

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  • Philip Evergood Portrait Of My Mother Analysis

    In “Portrait of My Mother” by Phillip Evergood, the artist uses both value and shape as well as proportion and gradation to illustrate the beauty of his mother while she was in physical pain in the last days of her life. Evergood, born in 1901 and died in 1973, began this work while his mother was dying in a hospital and subsequently completed it after her death. The portrait is oil on canvas and panel, and is a featured work in Dallas Museum of Art in Dallas, Texas. Furthermore, Evergood uses…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci And Raphael: Renaissance Art Analysis

    Raphael’s rendition of da Vinci’s painting Madonna in the Meadow, a religious scene is depicted with Madonna gazes towards an exchange between Saint John and Jesus Christ in infantry as she realizes the grave future that Christ faces. While both paintings feature the same biblical figures in similar fashion, Raphael’s rendering takes on a brighter and lighter tonality and clearer disposition unlike Da Vinci’s more sullen, hazy, and darker painting. Nonetheless, both paintings portray an air of…

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  • Textual Analysis Of Art

    size of 27.94 × 30.48 cm (11 × 12 in). The choice of the size provides the viewer with the enough space to identify various elements that compose the painting. For instance, one can easily see the background and the multiple images apart from the one belonging to the woman. Logically, the choice of the frame dimensions proves critical to any painting. In the case of Siesta, the artist used a reasonable size that provides users with the clear view of the image. The proportion of the height to…

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  • The Adoration Of The Magi Analysis

    The Adoration of the Magi Leonardo da Vinci is a famous inventor, writer, mathematician and artist. His knowledge of life and wisdom of the world is shown through his many paintings such as The Last Supper and the Mona Lisa.The Adoration of the Magi was one of da Vinci’s early paintings and was never finished. This painting took six years to be completely be restored from damage of the years of its life.The Adoration of the Magi by da Vinci, made with combined influences of individualism,…

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